Here are charities and organizations that are helping Americans during the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos wrote that the permanent shelter is the largest in Washington state, spanning eight floors, and includes a health clinic and "critical tools" for support.
Here's how one New Jersey couple is turning an unfortunate circumstance into a meaningful campaign during COVID-19.
Qatar Airlines is giving away 100,000 tickets to front-line workers who are battling the coronavirus pandemic.
Years before the Covid-19 pandemic, the billionaire tried to warn global leaders of the threat from new infectious diseases. Few listened. ‘I feel terrible.’
The virtual charity event raised more than $300,000 for coronavirus relief and featuring a heart-felt performance by Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary LeVox.
Bill and Melinda Gates reside in a Seattle suburb and have been encouraging Americans to take the pandemic seriously.
Walt Disney Co. said this week that it would stop paying some workers, saving $500,000 per month after the coronavirus pandemic shut down its parks.
#SeeAPlateFillAPlate, a campaign in partnership with Feeding America, is an effort to meet surging demand from families who can't afford to eat.
They were far away from home -- young adults from Latin America, working seasonally at U.S. ski resorts. Then the coronavirus arrived, even before the snows departed.
From distilleries to makeup manufacturers, companies across the nation have shifted operations to support health care workers.
The #Carts4Hearts campaign, launched by lifestyle brand Rhoback and blanket company ChappyWrap, is designed to help people who lost jobs and incomes because of a shutdown intended to curb the virus' spread.
One of the largest nonprofits, the organization has a network of 200 food banks and tens of thousands of food pantries, soup kitchens and meal programs nationwide.
White Pony Express volunteers are roughly doubling surplus food deliveries to 17,000 pounds a day during the economic shutdown prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
She called health care workers “heroes” and appealed to the public.
The Houston Food Bank will receive $200,000 and the Montgomery County Food Bank will receive $50,000.
The funds will be aimed to help low-income families, the elderly, individuals facing job disruptions and children who rely on school lunch programs.
For decades, American nonprofits have relied on a cadre of volunteers who — quite suddenly — aren't able to show up.
Titans of the tech world have joined the fight against coronavirus by funding the search for treatments and donating face masks.
Crazy Cubans food truck is delivering meals and supplies to seniors stuck in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.